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mike12
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2020/01/16 12:10:49 (permalink)

Fire exxtinguisher

Hi
Have a boxster 981 S (20140 with 14 way seats and need a fire extinguisher ..any recommendations please
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Re: Fire exxtinguisher 2020/01/17 09:25:11 (permalink)
Avoid the aerosol type - they're useless. Lifeline do a good handheld 2.4ltr foam cylinder. Fairly bulky, but you'll need adequate capacity to deal with most motor vehicle incidents and it's serviceable too. 
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Re: Fire exxtinguisher 2020/01/17 10:22:08 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby AndrewCS 2020/01/17 12:53:14
Speak to these guys; supplied an extinguisher and bracket for our 356.
 
https://www.f-e-v.co.uk/
 
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